2004 International/Hackney for Sale

We are placing our 2004 International/Hackney Haz-Mat for sale. We are no longer using the apparatus as much as were were when we first bought it. It is in great shape and runs great. We will be taking all the equipment off of it but leaving all of the compartment shelving, warning lights and siren. The motor was rebuilt shortly after we bought it and only has 1,200 miles on the rebuild. We are asking $25,000 or best offer as the price is negotiable. Please send us a email at station_2@verizon.net or send us a message on Facebook.

Here are some additional details:

2004 International 4300
(3) Seats in the Cab
DT466 215hp Diesel Engine
GVWR 25,500
88,100 miles
171″ Wheelbase
10′ 3″ Overall Height
26′ 4″ Overall Length
Hydraulic Brakes
Automatic Transmission
Engine Block Heater
Kussmaul Automatic Battery Charger
Backup Camera
Federal Warning Light Package
Whelen LED Scene Lighting

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11-19-17 Windy weather brings tree down calls across the county

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Busy weekend at station 2, members spent Saturday and Sunday helping with multiple events, work details, and incident responses. Saturday, members of the dive team started some minor renovations in the dive building along with a response for a fire reported out a block away from the station. Sunday, 16 members worked on cutting and splitting wood for the stations secondary heat source in the social quarters fireplace, while 5 members assisted with a fundraiser bingo that benefited the Ruth Steiner SPCA and 2 members took tower 6322 to assist in dedicating the hometown heroes veteran banners displayed around town and participating in a parade for the high school football team. This is just a small snapshot of the time and dedication the members put in daily, monthly, and annually to be able provide their services to the local communities all while being 100% volunteer.

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Towers 6322 and 6325 Proudly displaying our nations colors to help honor our Veterans and assist in the dedication of the newly displayed hometown heroes banners that are posted around town.

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11/9/17 – At 23:20hrs the SHFD RIT team was dispatched to assist Minersville Fire Department at 111 Middle Street for a working structure fire. When crews arrived on scene, the RIT team was split between Side A and C of the structure. Once all the visible fire was knocked down, a crew from station 4 assisted with overhaul and the RIT team was released shortly after. Additional photos and full write up are available at http://www.fireandfilm.com

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11-9-17 At 1928hrs the SHFD was dispatched to 32 Saint John Street for a reported apartment building fire. At this particular time the members of station 2 were just starting their monthly company meeting resulting Engines 6312,6313, and Tower 6322 responding right after dispatch. Engine 6312 and the tower went to the front of the structure and 6313 was directed to the rear alley. Crews found a light smoke condition on the first floor and upon further investigation found an oil burner malfunction. Department crews checked the entire structure and monitored air quality as ventilation was being performed.

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11/8/17 – At 00:16hrs the SHFD was dispatched to 36 South Margaretta Street for a house fire. Chief 6302 arrived with smoke showing from a row of three 2 1/2 story homes and confirmed a mattress fire on division 3 of the middle home. With the address in close proximity of Station 2, Engine 6312 and Tower 6322 arrived on scene quickly and were advised to get a PW can to the attic to meet police and a department member who were starting to extinguish the mattress. Crews extinguished the fire, removed the mattress from the structure, checked for extension, and performed ventilation with a positive pressure fan.

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10/21/17 – At 21:42hrs SHFD stations 1 & 2 were dispatched to 235 Paxson Ave for a carbon monoxide investigation. Units arrived with report of alarm sounding with a high level of CO on the display. Crews from Engine 63-12 and Station 1 checked the interior while Tower 63-22 set up and went to the roof to check the chimney. After all checks were completed, with normal readings, the structure was ventilated and released back to the home owner.

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